Daredevil, Vol. 2
The Man Without Fear is missing! Daredevil has disappeared from Hell’s Kitchen — and in his absence, the real devils are starting to come out to play. Detective Cole North may think he’s stopped Daredevil, but there are bigger problems coming his way! Meanwhile, Matt Murdock has emerged from his recent ordeals a changed man — but has he changed for better or worse? As he faces up to the choices he has made, Matt grapples with who he is and who he wants to be. Can he truly live a life without the suit? COLLECTING: DAREDEVIL 6-10

Daredevil, Vol. 2 Details

TitleDaredevil, Vol. 2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 17th, 2019
PublisherMarvel
ISBN-139781302914998
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Marvel, Mystery, Crime, Graphic Novels Comics

Daredevil, Vol. 2 Review

  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    All in for where Zdarsky takes Matt Murdock*Read as single issues
  • Logan
    January 1, 1970
    Another fantastic volume from Zdarksky! This is the one book I read every month where it's always good and never mixed or bad. Zdarsky is really putting Murdock and Fisk through two very interesting arcs and I love what he's doing with both of them! The artwork was mixed from issue to issue, the last issue had some really good art though! Overall I highly recommend this series and I can't wait to see what the next volume will entail!
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    Chip Zdarsky's second Daredevil arc deconstructs Matt Murdock even further as he attempts to put Daredevil behind him; but Hell's Kitchen isn't about to let him do that, and Matt's personal life collides with his superhero life in a big way when his newest love interest reveals a secret about herself that throws Matt through a loop.Matt's tried this before. Stepping away from Daredevil isn't new to him or the readers at this point, but the reaction of the city and the movement that Daredevil Chip Zdarsky's second Daredevil arc deconstructs Matt Murdock even further as he attempts to put Daredevil behind him; but Hell's Kitchen isn't about to let him do that, and Matt's personal life collides with his superhero life in a big way when his newest love interest reveals a secret about herself that throws Matt through a loop.Matt's tried this before. Stepping away from Daredevil isn't new to him or the readers at this point, but the reaction of the city and the movement that Daredevil inspires as a result of his actions in the first volume are totally new. They bubble away nicely in the background while Matt's personal life takes centre stage, only for the two plots to dovetail at the end of the arc in one last confrontation. Meanwhile Detective North, whose role I thought might have been over after the last arc, still makes his presence known. I'm sure Zdarsky has Plans with a capital P for him, and I'm excited to see where he takes it.On art is Lalit Kumar Sharma, who I've never seen before, but does an admirable job; he's no Marco Checchetto, but then no one is, and he makes Daredevil's world his own very easily with his clear lines and expressive characters. The shining star though is Jorge Fornes, who steals the show with his David Mazzuchelli-esque art in the final issue of the arc. More of that, please.In fact, more of all of this, please.
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  • Gray
    January 1, 1970
    Continues Chip Zdarsky's strong run on the title. Will the real Daredevil please stand up? (view spoiler)[Has Matt Murdock really renounced his famous costume? If so, who are the devils dealing out justice in Hell's Kitchen? Is this all down to Detective Cole North or was Matt influenced by his friends and fellow "heroes"? Is this the change he was seeking? (hide spoiler)] Read this fine book to find out. Recommended!(Read as individual issues #6-10)
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  • Ramon
    January 1, 1970
    Zdarsky's got Matt Murdock down cold. Grappling with faith, going after married women... he knows him. An interesting exploration of what happens when Matt tries to hang it up. Docked a bit because the art wasn't always to my liking. Rubbery cartoonism doesn't fit with the story.
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  • Simon
    January 1, 1970
    A morally-muddled, dark descent that sees both Fisk and Murdock start to unravel. I cannot wait to see what's next in store because issue 12, the last in this volume, is an absolute gut-punch and ends on a high note.
  • Mr Osowski
    January 1, 1970
    Very happy that Elektra is back.
  • Tim
    January 1, 1970
    My relatively spoiler-free review can be found here:https://www.nerdinthenoke.com/2019/12...
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